Before I upgraded to 11.2 I could normally mount my NTFS partition from an external harddrive no there is this error:
Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 32: mount:
unknown filesystem type 'ntfs'
If I mount via terminal with mount -t ntfs-3g it is working.
The same problem I had with my Truecrypt partition in NTFS, but there I could solve the
I have one PC with two disk drives. The first one has Win 7 Pro on it (sda1). The second drive has Linux CentOS 7 (sda). I want to be able to access everything in sda1 while I am running CentOS from sda. I tried mounting it, but I got the following error:
what I tried: mount /dev/sda1 /media/windrive
The error I got:
mount: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs'